Welcome back to the weekly indie gaming news roundup (after taking a break last week to prepare for the Indie of the year awards!), which highlights the five biggest stories on IndieDB for the past week. Whether it's a new game release, crowdfunding campaigns for games in development or important news that affect the indie gaming scene as a whole, you'll find them rounded up here each week!
The Week Of December 7th 2019
Developed by Skookum-Arts
The release date for the 2.5D puzzle platformer with a twist, in which you navigate the real world as the 'Pedestrian' (aka the male bathroom symbol), is coming to PC early 2020. Explore and solve puzzles through signs throughout streets, sewers and more as you attempt to find their beloved (the female bathroom symbol) that has disappeared.
Developed by Thar Be Monsters
The Indiegogo campaign for the colorful 2D run and gun sci-fi platformer about venturing into sick space whales to fight deadly infections with a misfit crew of characters is now live.
The sequel to the Doom II mod which follows the story set in 2050 in which the world has been ravaged by a virus that has caused a apocalypse.
Developed by Plasticity Studios
The early access Creator's Program for the upcoming digital board game sim Tabletop Playground is now live for players to join. Play, test and create games that could be available at launch of Tabletop Playground in 2020 for other players to enjoy, in the Creator's Program being run in collaboration with mod.io.
The single player first person shooter that doesn't feature a story, but is instead focused skill and setting high scores, is out now on PC. No procedural levels or enemy placement. Its all on you. No luck, all skill.
Don't forget to nominate your favorite indie games for the Indie Game of the Year Awards by the 10th for a chance for them to be included in the top 100 games of 2019.
That's it for this week's IndieDB news roundup! Be sure to follow, play and review any of the games that took your fancy in this week's feature and let us know in the comments what you've been playing. If you want to send us a news tip about any important indie news you think we should be covering or awesome games that should be featured, let us know.
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